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in the u.s. illegally could face deimportant takings. in san jose a smaller rally was held at story and kings road. there were also protest in downtown oakland and the fruit dale b.a.r.t. station. they were peaceful and no arrests. >>> for the third night in a row many bus routes from san francisco to the east bay had to be canceled. in all, 10ac transit lines were cut this evening. for last two weeks an abnormally high number of drivers have been calling in sick ac transit calls ate sick out saying the workers are protesting the new contract. the union says there is no organized sick out. a court hearing on this dispute set for tomorrow. >>> tonight, timber ron is one step closer to photographing every car that comes in or out of that town. crews have begun installing cameras on the only two roads leading in and out. lenses will focus on the back plate, not the driver's faces. tiburon has a low crime rate but police have picked up patterns of car thefts and burglaries that they believe are being committed by outsiders. >>> it was clear that they were occurring in a relatively tight
. >>> what is shaping up to be the deadliest month in afghanistan for u.s. soldiers hits home. friends remember a napa soldier killed in combat. >>> a stranger out there who could save this little girl's life. how stats are standing against her though and how you can make a difference. >> also, a new experience at the movies. the theaters allowing you to go for a ride. >>> and an ad campaign that is teaching other companies a thing or two. how old spice is reaching a brand-new audience. "this broadcast realtime captioned by becky lyon." >>> this is cbs5 eyewitness news. >>> i'm ken bastida. >> i'm juliette goodrich. a soldier from the bay area has been killed in afghanistan. july shaping up to be the deadliest month for americans since the war began. at least 36 killed this month. among them army specialist chase stanley of napa. sharon chin talked to his friends tonight. >> tonight friends are saying good-bye to the man they call the gentle giant. one who died too young. >> reporter: best friends gathered at their usual hangout. the napa home to remember one that is gone. >> didn't wa
to the u.s. to soften anti- communist sentiments in the community here. >> why did you choose to assault another person rather than another method? >> i have no choice. he attacked -- >> tond faces five felony charges including assault with -- tong faces five felony charges including assault with a deadly weapon. >>> last night we told you about somebody killing hundreds of thousands of bees. well, tonight the victims are trees, dozens of young trees that have been cut, stripped or sawed in half. 15 elm and sycamore saplings were the latest victims. the cuts are clean and appear to be the work of someone by hand or a power saw. they are strategically cut about a foot off the ground ensuring that they can't be saved. the police are studying park surveillance video looking for suspects. >>> an algae growth closes a recreation area in the putt on bay, the warning for owe -- in the south bay, a warning for officials. >>> we saw a circle of earthquake, that there might later be a big earthquake in the middle of that big circle. >> another theory on predicting earthquakes, what one local scien
against u.s. blackhawk helicopters -- >> the first thing he said to me regarding leaking any documents was that he had been the leaker of the colloquially known collateral murder video. >> reporter: he claims manning wanted to prove the u.s. was responsible for war crimes againsten know cents on the ground against afghans, so he tipped to chat with manning. >> i perhaps gave him the impression that i was someone who would be sympathetic to state treason. >> he says he was engaging in espy oh acknowledge and putting lives at risk all because of ego. >> did he tell you why he was leaking this information? >> he, in his own words, wanted hillary clinton to wake up and have a heart attack pretty much. >> lamo says he was excused by wikileaks, the web site that released the documents. he said he thought he would be an international star for his efforts, now he says wikileaks and his operators should be charged. >> depending on how wikileaks is looked at they can very easily be deemed to be a hospital tile foreign intelligence service. >> in sacramento, robert lyles, cbs5. >>> and you can se
to be at least 80% effective to be licensed here in the u.s. researchers say it can be improved. they said gill idea sciences donated the drugs for that gel. the gel is allowing it to be produced royalty-free for distribution in poorer countries. >>> lots of people wished that they could change something about their appearance but is this going too far? >> a facebook app allows you to lighten your skin tone slightly in photos. as kiet do shows us, some people say that is racist. . >> reporter: on the internet good taste and effective marketing are only skin deep. you're looking at a new facebook app that allows you to upload the picture and suddenly lighten your skin with a few touches. >> reporter: it is vaseline's latest ad using a bollywood spoke model he promotes the skin creams aimed at male customers in india. >> any time you miss with skin, you're gonna of a problem. >> lightening tones are to the west what mosquito baumgartner is to the west. >> as long as we'll reach in our wallet and put out the money there's going to be someone there willing to fill that need with a product. we have
explain what happened to david lee who was selected to play on the team u.s.a. well shortly after he started his practice he dislocated the middle finger on his right hand in practice. came back to the bay area to be re-evaluated. he plans to return to vegas tomorrow night hoping he can play possibly with aspirin. >>> former raider quarterback jamarcus russell pleaded not guilty to charges of illegal drug possession. he is facing felony charges after being arrested two weeks ago in a police sting operation. his home was searched, police discovered codeine syrup without a prescription, whose purple drink was it. >>> time for the top 5. at number 5, ramirez's defensive star, really is, backhands this ball, makes a nice throw to first. white sox defeat the mariners. number 4, three norwegians call themselves space jumpers, that's what they did from the highest peaks in green land. have a nice trip. see you next fall. at number 3, every guy's nightmare, carl crawford gets hit where it counts adding insult to injury he is thrown out and his rays lost to the orioles tonight. number 2, tim
, in a word athletic, but are they technically athletes? u.s. district judge stefan underhill in connecticut said no. >> a federal judge said that cheerleading is not a title 9 sport. >> oh, my god, cheerleading is such a sport. >> reporter: this all started when the quinnipiac university volleyball team in connecticut sued the school. the school tried to cut volleyball and replace it with a cheering squad in order to maintain title 9 gender equity in sports. here's the deal. a cheerleader's main job is to lead cheers. typically competition is secondary. so really the federal judge has cheerleading in a technicality. the judge ruled that collectively cheerleading is still too underdeveloped and disorganized and can't offer genuine varsity athletic participation. it's a huge win for the volleyball team, but a disappointment to cheer teamwhere. do you think this lowers the opinions of cheerleaders in people's minds? >> not at all. i think it's just going to like fuel the fire i guess you can say much. >> reporter: is that frustrating? >> yeah, it is because i mean i think everyone just thinks
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